InterContinental Paris Le Grand is ideally located, in the 9th arrondissement, close to the Louvre Museum, shopping, theatre and banking districts.
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"My favorite hotel in Paris"
We decided to stay here recently because it's one of the five or six landmark Paris hotels (along with the Ritz and Four Seasons), and the nightly prices were not *that* much more than a lot of the highly rated boutique hotels you see on Tripadvisor. We're so glad we did. Everything about the hotel is beautiful, from the marble lobby to the glass pyramid atrium above the dining hall to the rooms themselves. Some of the other reviewers have complained that the style of the rooms is not as modern as other hotels. Ignore them. The design of the rooms is tasteful and elegant in the French style, and the materials are all modern and well renovated. Yes the hotel is not done in the sparse Scandinavian style you'll see in some more recently constructed buildings, but steel & glass and floor to ceiling windows is not what Paris is all about. If I wanted that then why leave Manhattan' The staff at the Le Grand is also excellent, we've rarely felt better taken care of at any hotel in Europe or the US. And the cocktails at the bar (while pricey) are probably the best in Paris. An amazing hotel staffed by great people, we were very happy here and would highly recommend it.
"Not exactly my style....probably better suited to older people."
Having stayed at a Suite at the Park Hyatt Paris and arriving here, at Le Grand after missing our flight to Madrid, I'd have to say that I'm not really impressed by the property or maybe my opinions are skewed by the elegance of Park Hyatt Vendome, but nevertheless, here's my "opinion". We got there and I noticed that the hotel was really old. The room we got was a "Twin superior room" opposite from the Opera, which apparently is considered an "upgrade" because I'm a Platinum Ambassador. Needless to say, I didn't bother taking a picture of the room because its nothing to write home about and I didn't really have enough space "to take out my camera". What I'm trying to say is that the room was so small that two people can't walk side by side in there. Room service trays barely fit in there and good luck finding space to eat your food. I started to wonder what kind of room I would have gotten without the "upgrade". I also started to wonder why the property like to nickle and dime guests (an adapter is 17 euros in the minibar, other properties give you adapters for free). Assuming you ask for extra utensils, they'll charge you for it. The automatic light in the closet continuously kept coming on and off throughout the night. We kept hearing strange sounds from the walls of the hotel. Don't get fooled by the "Opera view" either. It pretty much means noise all day, non stop. You'll have to deal with extremely loud music coming from the Opera everyday of your stay. Also, it doesn't seem like they even care about their balconies or they just didn't care about ours because it was very dirty. I realize that the hotel has thousands of rooms so that could be why they overlook cleaniness in most aspects but I didn't want to touch most things in the room due to fear of it not being clean. With all this being said, the staff is top notch, the room service menu is outrageously expensive for the way the place looks and you'll PAY for everything. Have a fun trip.
"Beautiful elegant hotel with a great location"
My husband and I and another couple just spent a lovely week at the Le Grand. We had a club level junior suite. The room was beautiful, the beds comfy and the bathroom large and modern. The staff could not have been more helpful or friendly. The hotel has a great location near the opera with an easy walk to the Louvre. We would definitely stay here again!
"Elegant and great location"
Been there for indo french chamber of commerce cocktail and conference. The hotel is located near opera and on one of the best location in central paris. There are many gates but on rue de scribe is open. This hotel is perfect for business events as it has many salons. Had great vines and dinner there.
"Gorgeous hotel - definitely lives up to its name"
We went for a romantic weekend with my partner in September. As it was special occasion and we were celebrating little anniversary, we were welcomed with a bottle of champagne and some nibbles along with lovely welcome card signed by the manager. What a great location! Central Paris, right across from the Opera Garnier, next to a metro station and loads of bus connections. Beautiful, stunning hotel, service was impeccable. Room, I think it was Junior Suit or Suit, was fantastic. The beds were very comfortable and firm. The sheets were of a high-stitch quality and the bathrooms were very modern and functional. The hotel includes nice touches such as bathroom slippers, terry robes, as well as the internet connection. The staff couldn't be nicer and were always eager to accommodate. We’ve been previously in Intercontinental Dublin which in theory is 5* but Le Grand with its 4* is superior in every single aspect! If I can afford it ever again, Le Grand will be my first choice in Paris :)
Credit cards accepted by the hotel: Visa - MasterCard
Check-in: 2:00 PM , Check-out: 12:00 PM